Merchant of Alyss by Thomas Locke

     I liked how the author introduced the characters so that anyone reading the story regardless if they were familiar with his work or not would know who they were.  The author did a great job of drawing  you into the world of the characters.
     The story starts out with our Hero Hyam trying to accept the loss of his magic, but accepting the praise of his heroics that caused the loss of the magic.  He soon comes into possession of a scroll that will give him some powers, but it also gives him insight that he does not know what do do with.  This book takes us on his journey to understand what it means and a chance  to be a hero again.
     I received a copy of the book free from the publisher to review.


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